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OfN.Y. Draft Men Ordered to Camp 7,685 Will Entrain in Quotas for Yaphank, Starting Dec. 5 Makes Total 40,000 City'aContribution to National Army Will Be Complete on the 9th Order* issued ye?terday hy Kogrer B. Moed. ioes.1 director of the selective draft. ra!l* to war duty tl.e last ;'0 per ?? New Tork*i eaatrihatioB of! tbe -rai Natieaml Arm>. j ? 'rom next ."sunday. Deeaaa* the leatalaiaia IJtmt men arill bc j . | ?.. mn\r tne , ,.,t , via the Penni-ylvania . ? ton Avenue yard?. Woodside, Umhur**, | Glendale, Holland Sta- | aven Junction, Richmond j Hill ar.d .Jamaica. . Pecember ... the tirst l 11 go; on Thursday in; on Friday, 1.693; | and Sunday. 1,705 ta Bg tha date each local . ? quotas and the, ;,l?ce of departare foilows: l '"in Pennssltania Ptatinn D_t? of der-arture Devemh-r _x_lB .,-1 No. *>"h. Cth. Tth. 8?h i'th 1 BJ . ? *?<* ? ? - 113. ? JR ? ? ? 114. ? 40 ? - . ? 3 ? ? ? . ? H ? ? ? . ? 35 ? ? ? 111 . ? tA ? ? - 1 - ? - .? "." ? ? ? . ? M ? ? ? 42 ? ? ? !". ? _ __ . __ X| _ _ _ . ? ::4 ? ? - . ? - ? 51 ? ? . ?? ? 19 ? ? . ? ? 34 ? . ? ? 34 ? ? 14-. ? ? 3S ? ? 143. _ _ 3* _ _ 144. ? ? 34 ? ? . ? ? 42 ? ? ..'.'.'.'. ? ? 48 ? ? "4?. ? ? 41 ? - U*. ? ? 34 ? ? . ? ? 3* ? ? 151 . ? - 43 ? - . ? - 4S - _ . ? ? _g ? _ . - - 3. - - . ? ? - - 38 . - - - - . - - - - 41 - - - - 35 Ftom C-rlton Avenue Yard Dat* of derarture Deermb-r? Lat*] Board No. 5th. 6:h. Tth. 8th. 9th. . ? ? ? _ 41 . ? ? ? - 44 . - - - - 4fi 168. ? ? ? _ . ? - -- ? 33 . _- ? ?? ? ri . 38 : - N I rom YVoodnid. \ _.'??><?/? nf -i*n. Date of departure Deoember Local Board No. 6th. Gth. Tth. 8th. !'th. 174.. M Fron Etmhurit . ? ? ? 44 ? 171 .... -- _ _ 45 - l'rom WMtestone ... ? ? - .15 From GlendaU 171 ? _ _ 41 - n Irom Hnllands. Ro.k_-_? Bearh m _ Irom Woodhairn Janrtion 18: . 4i From Jamalca - _ 4T From Rirhmond Hill 184 __ . __ n 185. - - _ _ 44 TOTALS Deoember ?"> . 916 . 1.689 ? r T . 1,693 Dacamhat r4 . 1 [6g2 Dfwmba. | . 1.705 (irnr,.i toflal 7,685 Hylan Protests Plan For New 'Bus Lines Mayer-alaet Hylan yesterday ad drfsscd a four-page tyrcwntten letter to the preaeat Board of Estimate vigor ou>!y protostin_ ugainst what hr ,lr elared ntention of the board ?t i ?:? ? ? Mrg- to-day to grant a franeh' ? I ? tbe Fifth Avenue Coach By, ? -nh-i-iary of the Interbor ough. te operate 'huses on various nc ? - throughout the city. .Judge Hylan ?cevai to have teaaed an attempt on the part of the Mitchel board to "put something 4,ver" on the incoming ad ministrat rcn. The Mayor-elect pointed out that hia admin'stration was pledged to muniei? pal ow-nership and operation of public utilities and declared that the people had voted emphatically in favor of such a programme on November 6 last. He wanted to know by what course of reasoning the outgninr Board o' - mate "dectna itself jaatifled in handing ovrr ta the not(rnou> Interborough crowil the>c fabulous'.y va'uable right in the streets of our city?" He pointed aat that the Jfear Yarl T'us ('ompany had appeared as a com r for tbe franchise ifl iiucstion. ("ontroller William A. Prendorgast laat night charactenzed Jadfte Hylaa'a letter as "non'ense." He pornted out that the Board of Estimate could not t--ikr the action which Judge Hylan as sumed it would under the city charter. Upton to See Exodus Over Thanksgiving CAMP ITPTON, Long lalaad, Nov. 17. Every man who happens to be in camp on Thanksgiving Day will have a running right on Ibroocfa te aata and ice cream. But, far all that, it arill be pretty much of a holiday for the (*\jrtermaster's Corpa and the company cooks. There will be only a handful of the N'ew York Cty soldiers here. General Bell has announced that 70 oer cent of his command may go to town to be with the home folks. Then a good share of the remni.-iing 30 per cent will bc entertained bv hospitable neighoors in the village? around rnmp. !n almost every farmhouse within of I'pton, too. ertra plaees wil! ?. anl 'he "4volcome mat" hung ? , 1 .r. board. 1 '? ng o' Mr- Grace Humis ? ? dierac t.i "iret tbe _oods'' on Camp Upton ha- put the men gener h humor. They failed to take her immorality char.es scriously. knowin? conditons, but they did fear outsiders might. a German Assistant To Edison Arrested ORANGE, N J., Nov. 27 ?Meno Kam merhoff. a German, brought to this country ten years ago by Thomas A. Edison wl,cn he was expcrimenting or. ? ?? .-torage battery, 44a- taken in'o eattod* ?? rday at the inventor' vcr Lake by agents of the Department of Justice. Hifl home, at IN < leeelaad Street, Orange. N. J., wa later raided by the department, and it ifl ca'd that a quantty of papers 4%,-ri eaaflacated. kammcrhoff .had charge of the compounding of chemi rols u-'d in the storage battenes at the F(),?on plant Arimitnng 'hat the man had been taken into curtody, offirials of the Edi? son ( ompanv m Orange declared that they wcr<- in ro way ronnected with the ? fTair nor had they caused his arrest. lt is understood that Kamrr.erhotT re? fused t. take part in the recent Liberty l.oan activities of the Edison employes. and that when taken hy the agents of the Department of Justice had a num? ber of German war bonds in his pos eession of a rerent i*-Be. __-?-?--? Naval Militia at Sea WASHINGTON, Nov 27 - Approxi mat.ly M per cent of the >>r._ officers and 17/.0O pr.li.ttd men of tne Na? tional Guard Voluntcers, composed of the Naval Militia of several states. are on active sea duty. When war was de? clared. the Nayy Department announced to-nig'.u the Ns-rai Militia was fully equipped and prepared for aetriee, it? [ at home stations having eep . riunted last year by cruises on w_'-hips .. Wb?a talled into active service the -ftluntecra had a strength af W> a*fl cer* and PJm*Vt n.? n, but thifl force has .,,,re b<cn alafleel double.l thrjugh re cruitin- n the Naval Militia. Mrs. Humiston Says She Proved Upton Charges "Planting" of Man and Girl in Hotel Enough Evidence, She Assert* Inquiry Is Started Woman in Caae Questioned by Officers at Governor's Island Mr.. Grace Humiston. who on Sun? day sent a forty-y*ar-old man and a sixteen-year-old girl to Camp Upton. Long Island. to regis?< r a* kaahaad and arifa ia thc Acker. Merrall & Condtt (ompany' hoUl there in an effort to prove her contcntions tiiat immoral con? ditions exist in the eantonment, issued ? last nipht in which. she de? clared fhe was "satisfied" with the re r-ult of her "plant." Her statement furthtr charged that tha atoiiai uoncaratag the arrest ol Jamej C Adkins and Adeline Francis, who aceompanied him, given out hy af ticials at tba camp. were "garbled." "Thr -tories printed to-day on thr ?etal "' r?"ip I'pton." her -'ateinent read.. "fifa the inpmaion that my maa tailed. As a matter of fact. it wa? auccessful. I -cr.t thc courl". aaithcr of thaa paid mveatigatora, but hoth persona inter? ested in seeing condition* down there cleared up. to the Lond Island camp to , m-eitip-te the report that it was pos f.hle for men to take g.rls to tha hotel There without baggage and register a_ husband and wife. "And thev proved that. This fort. vear-old man and sixteer. year-old girl. who looks even your.ger than her ago. wero a?*igned to a room ui'hout bag moge VI thia la a hotel within carrp iimits and not far from divi ,,.r, head quartera. They were not apprehendedi because of any vigilance on the part ofl the authorities there. as the s.alements of the camp officials indicate. VtjUP were taken in charge some time after the hotel clerk had sent then. to their i room, and then only because tt hap? pened that they were recogmzed as coming from this office. '?Otherwise this man and ehlM would have been permitted to spend *M* night in thtil room uninterrupted. i ad they desired to do so. lf such a 'hmg lJ possible. all is not as it might be at the camp." Adkina a Volnnteer Adkins, according to Mrs. Humiston came to her some time ago and told her he would be willir.g to prov-> to her: for 'oup'.es to; reg.ster in the camp hotel without bat, page if she would assign a rtrl "wh. could be trusted" to go w.th h'm. Mrs. Humiston asked Miss Franr;. to do this for her "as a favor " The girl consented. and Mrs. Humiston ac empanied them to the Prnnsylvania Station Sunday night. She declared she instructed them to return to N.w York immediately after they had suc ceeded in registe'ring at the hotel. Francis. whom Mrs. H'imiston said ii under her guardian.sV.n. made nn afldavit of whal | * -. tha Moralitj Leafuc otk terday afternooi . -?- \ as ques? tioned bj Major Gardner, of Governor's Island. Colonel Johnson. also of G Island. was in conference with Mn Ilumi.-.on on Monday, it waa learned. The girl's a ffidavi* ?howed. among o'her thinffB, that "Adeline Franci--" is an aaaumed na"-e. The girl te-'ified that she had aapirationa to become a "movie star" and that "Francis" ?..? the name aha aaed She ii now work? ing as an extra in a local fi m studio. Tells of Money Offered The girl deelar* l. when quesMoned i% Ifajoi Gardner, that after she had ? , - 1 aken to the mili? tary police haadanarUra a lieojeaant who interrerated her Bnally told her to pet out of Ihe camp and off-. red BOI c0 she cou'd get a room at a Thc girl stated aha nefaand to take the money. fearinr thnt it Wtt ar at-. temnt to make her out a bad |tr Bhe declared further that conversation ? she overheard in a room next to the one she first went to indicated that the man ard woman in it were not husband and wife When she and Adkins first went to their room. the girl said. she asked the clerk to send her a hr-11 bny He anawered, she said, "This aint a hotel Thi? is a camp." She dec'ared the clerk asked no questions when she and Adkins regi*tered. Mrs. Humiston stated that Governors (aland had been ordered by tha -?ment to il ?1 camps ir. the Department of the Eaat, particuiariy Camp Upton, as a di? rect result of her charg. - No con firmation of this could be seenred at Governor's Island. Neither would Major T",ardner nor Colonel Johnson make any statement. ?i- 9 Curtail Cotton Duck Sales Industries Board Acts to Con serve Textile for War \Sta0 Cirrrnrinndrnee] WASHINGTON', Nov ft. k serious ? cottor. duck in the I'nited States to-day cau.-ed the War Indus? trie- Beard to iswue an order to all ? S. Aitman $c (Eo. Women's Fashionable S_ait? (tai_or=---__-.e^ B are now being offered at greatly reduced pr.ces Women.* Peady-to-wear Suits, (Third Floor) Jltfth AwttttP - HH-atM Aofnur 34Ilj a-tb 35tl| -Hmti l-J-io |nrk mar.ufacturers of the material to limit their sales until further notice to con? cerns holding certir'cates from the Pri? ority Committee approvir.g their cotton duck purchase-. The shortage of thi* war texti'.e, it was stated at the War Industries Board. is due to the tremendous increase in consumption. fotton duck is essential as a belting material in many factories engaged in producinj? war supplies. The army uaea the material for tent* and the navy for tarpaulins. Among other important uses are gun cover*. wagon cover., stretchers and amb_lar.ce cov ers. _ N. J. Ambulance Man Dies CAMP MVLELLAN. Ala.. tioa Private Homer D, Sayre. of Wilming ton De!., died ia the divisional ba_e hoc'pital here to-night frotn naf.ral cau-es. He was attached ro the 114th Ambulance raaaBBBJ. a New Jeraey -r.:t. Thia is the srxth death in three laaatbfl amor.g the 0.0U0 soldiers aU tioned here. Camp Dix Buyi War Risks ' AMP DIX, N J., Nov. _".-- War riak insurance is the principal topic for discussion m this National Army camp these days. Since Captain E. I). Free mar.. la charge of the work of interest? ing the men in thc war risk insurance, :r-t opened hia compaifjn m camp, $41, ?;.?. 0 !.?- b.en taken out by the men. [t is expected the amount will have been inereased many times. The 1st Provisional Recruit Traininr Battalion, which includes the .-112th In fantry, has the honor of taJ_in? th* largest amount of insurance. ****-***??* 0.0. The 24th Engineera ia n?xt, witt $5 503,,.oo, and the 007th Field Artil? lery. made up of New York Stata men. is third. with *4t***\-*** A ataff of officers has been detailed t-? acquaint the men with the advantafefl of the war risk insurance, and peraen?I calls mre being made on erary maa ia camp. And there you will find your old sweetheart again! Come?drop that newspaper for tonight! Maybe she's tired cf a paper wall and silence and the width of a hghted t__l_)-2 between vou. Maybe'she's thinking of those other evenings when you sat next each other?and there were no lights. Comc^-forget the news for once. Take her to a theatre where, any time you go, you'll see a pieture worthy of vour best and finest moods?clean, well directed, played by famous stars, and bearing a Paramount or Artcraft Pic? tures trademark. and "FAMOUS STARS, SUPERBLY DIRECTED, IH CLEAN MOT.ON P1CPJP.ES How long since you sat that way together? Habit has built a wall o_ commonplaces. You sit on opposite sides of a table?and read newspapers or pore over bills. But here .... there is no table between you. No light to disclose harsh rcalities. You sit close, side by side, and maybe your hands touch. You are learning how to be lovers again, from fleeting lights and shadows that move across a screen! t And as that unconscious hard crust cf life is melted by the kindly warmth of a finer, tender feeling, you glance at each other and see?no, not brows knit with the problems and plans of today and tomorrow? But the shy young girl and strong, roman tie youth of those other, bygone days and their never-forgotten sweetness! You have found your old sweetheart again! p o o nff u u a ? And maybe you have not spoken?but you have felt?and understood. You have been silent?yes, but it was silent understanding. _ You have learned something, and you have found something fine and clean that was getting all dim and dusty and forgotten, way off in a corner behind Business and Household Cares. # You have found?yes, LOVE again?in a picture-show by following tne Paramount and Artcraft signs! THAO- tt**\t^ '****+****At* w '^_r_3H__^__.^ w Three ways to know how to be sure of seeing Paramount and Artcraft motion pictures O ? ? B y seeing t h ei_ f rade-marks cr nanv i n tht- front <>f tht' theatre or in thc lobby. ! FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORPORATION ! ALa7UUl*J*On*ntJt?eAl.lAAtni*^ i , . M.aa ro?n_-a- J By leeing these t rade-n_ark_s or names Ilashed on the acreen inside the theatre.